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1936 Marmon Herrington Vinyard truck

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That sure is a neat survivor.
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Thanks....it is a B10 Series truck, haven't had to much luck finding another owner of one of these to talk to yet. Orignal vineyard truck from Ontario Calif. Garrett Vinyards..it took basically 30 plus years to acquire it. 

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wow!  I like the looks of that truck!
man I got to get me one now!!!
What wonderful plans do you have for it?  

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This would need to be completely over hauled, need to find a wood guy that is reasonable in price, I am a metal guy fabricator and painter so I do have some skill to tackle this. So the plan is to chip away and get it to be road worthy at some point. I am fortunate just to have it and want to preserve the history behind it and since there are very few of them I feel it is worth the cost. 

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Cool truck, did you find it in my home town?
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It was sitting in Loma Linda near San Bernardino forever....so the truck never traveled no more than 20 miles from where it worked in the 1930's. The old vineyard was on Foothill and Haven

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That's a great truck Richie ! I saw your posts on Facebook, I am glad you found us here. Information about the A, B, and C series is pretty scarce. I'm looking forward to your updates.

This ad is from 1935.
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This article announcing the new B series appeared in Commercial Car Journal in July 1935.
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You can find the Commercial Car Journal in the justoldtrucks Library.

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Thanks again, I have not come across another here in the States besides Don Chews which is a different model than mine. The search continues for information and thanks for your response

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